Indian-American Presidential Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy Refutes Age Criticism

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Indian-American Vivek Ramaswamy, who is running for US President, has been criticized by some for being too young. He is 38 years old. However, Ramaswamy says that he is the best person to lead the country because he has a vision for the future and is not afraid to challenge the status quo.

In an interview with Fox News, Ramaswamy said that he is annoyed by the fact that some people believe he is too young to be President. He pointed out that Thomas Jefferson was only 33 years old when he wrote the Declaration of Independence.

Ramaswamy said that the United States needs a leader who is not afraid to revive the country’s founding principles, such as meritocracy, the pursuit of excellence, economic growth, free speech, and open debate. He believes that he is the best person to lead the country in this direction.

Ramaswamy’s comments come after he performed well in the first Republican presidential primary debate. He was praised by many for his articulate and intelligent answers.

Ramaswamy is facing an uphill battle in the Republican primary, as he is relatively unknown and has less money than some of his opponents. However, he is hoping that his message will resonate with voters and that he will be able to gain momentum in the coming months.


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